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Violence, Governance, and Uncertainty
The majority of today's authoritarian regimes are characterized by a paradox in which democratic institutions exist alongside the ruler's exercise of arbitrary power. The continued existence of civic spaces and democratic institutions can create opportunities for citizens to organize and make claims on the regime. How do rulers maintain control under such circumstances? To contribute to this ongoing debate, this book identifies 'institutionalized arbitrariness' as a new form ofdoi:10.1093/oso/9780198856474.003.0001 fatcat:jtbtvwxmajhlvpw2cuik4lazqe